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Sapa Sisters Private Trekking Adventures

Sapa, Vietnam
+84 96 410 24 95
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Awesome trekking experience!

We used Sapa Sisters for a private 1 day tour through the rice paddies. What an amazing experience... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sarah C
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Cape Town, South Africa
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Excellent trek - great guide

We had a lovely 3 day 2 night trek, organised through Sapa Sisters. We're in good shape and have... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
London_Back_pack
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London,
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The Sapa Sisters is a website that connects expats, backpackers and travellers with local Hmong in the Sapa-area. It aims to establish a direct link between guides and people that are about to visit Sapa to empower the young Black H'Mong women and give them a reasonable pay for their skilled services. All the guides speak English and have long experiences working as guides. Sapa Sisters, a social enterprise owned by local guides!
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  • Very good11%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We used Sapa Sisters for a private 1 day tour through the rice paddies. What an amazing experience. Our guide Lan spoke very good English and we learnt a lot about the local culture and way of life of the people in the area. We...More

Thank Sarah C
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had a lovely 3 day 2 night trek, organised through Sapa Sisters. We're in good shape and have trekked extensively in other countries, and found the trek to be demanding but very enjoyable. I was concerned that we would be surrounded by other trekkers...More

Thank London_Back_pack
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We had a 3 days and 2 nights trekking through Sapa, which was a great experience! Our guide little Mu spoke English very well and told a lot about Sapa. Thank you Little Mu for having a great time!!

Thank kimvanboven
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We took a private day trek from Sapa -> Y Linh Ho -> Lao Chai -> Ta Van Including a trekking guide, $3 homestay lunch (the alternative was a restaurant stop) and a taxi back to the village, this cost 1.1m Dong in total. This...More

Thank 50600ejea
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We just completed a 2-day trek with sapa sisters. Everything from start to finish was great. They were able to accommodate us at the last minute and they were happy to create an itinerary that suited what we wanted to do. Our guide, Big Pang,...More

Thank Lysanne D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Everything works, the guests do not have to worry about a thing. We spent 3 super days with Bla. Slept at authentic homestays and got great food and rice wine. In the morning pancake/omlett with banana and honey! The path was wisely chosen so we...More

1  Thank mirkojicha
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We did a one day trek with sú who was an awesome guide. We skipped cat cat village as we did that on our own the day before. Our guide was fun and chatty and we walked through some amazing scenery. If you're going to...More

Thank daymanohah
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I did the 3 day 2 night trek in Sapa and it was the best part of my Vietnam trip! Sy was my guide and she was absolutely amazing as were all the other guides we met along the way. Sy was very helpful and...More

Thank sikasmedia
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Rather than do a honesty we opted to stay in a hotel and booked 2 one day hikes. Our first hike was Sapa-Sa Heng- Hang Da-Hau Thau-Giang Ta Chai-Sapa. The hike was uphill to one of the highest points in Sapa which overlooks the valley...More

Thank Andy L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We are travelling with two young kids (9 and 6 years old), which is why we decided to not book a homestay tour but only a one day trekking trip in Sapa (went there by Fazipan night train which can also be fully recommended). The...More

1  Thank AlP123456789
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ChelleandDave
Exploring Sapa towards end of March, what footwear would you recommend please? Worth taking my walking boots? Thanks
10 March 2017|
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Response from Erin_Beveridge | Reviewed this property |
We trekked in late January and runners were completely fine. We didn't want to be carrying heavy boots for the rest of our trip. It was a little slippery in parts but our shoes weren't a problem.
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Shantylee827
Hi, I'm planing to go Sapa in Dec 29. I would like to book a Homestay and Sapa sister private trekking adventure. How do I do it?
5 December 2016|
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Response from cwiistrm | Reviewed this property |
either book through their website or send them an email!
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airrah
Hi. Got a plan to have 2D 1N trek from Sapa to the summit of fansipan this coming 05october2016 right exactly after arrival from an overnight train from Hanoi. Can somebody help me find a guide and a homestay?
2 October 2016|
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Response from bellsy1 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, You are best to email / call Sapa sisters directly. You will arrive early in the morning on your train and will want to have it organised beforehand if you plan on starting your trek that morning. All the best, Steve
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